About Genius Sports Group

Genius Sports Group is one of the world’s largest sports technology companies, specializing in the capture, distribution and commercialization of live data, streams and digital content. We work in partnership with the biggest names in sports, betting and media to power a global ecosystem that benefits every stakeholder. Headquartered in London, we have offices in New York, Medellin, Tallinn, Sofia, Vilnius, Lausanne and Singapore, which are home to over 1,400 of our talented employees.

The Role

We are seeking an Investor Relations Manager with at least five years of experience to join our team as we move toward an expected public listing in 2021. In this role you will be responsible for executing our overall investor relations strategy, including helping Genius craft its equity story, manage relations with investors and analysts, and develop earnings and other financial materials. You will report directly to our Chief Communications Officer and work closely with the CFO and other executives across the business as we continue our rapid growth.

Main Responsibilities

  • Serve as primary contact for investors and analysts
  • Prepare messaging and materials for sell-side investor conferences and other external events for the financial community
  • Work with internal stakeholders to lead development of materials for earnings milestones, including press releases, scripts, presentations, Q&A, and key message documents
  • Prepare financial updates for internal stakeholders, including senior executives and Board members
  • Regularly assess shareholder base, including ownership fluctuations, topics of particular interest, and resonance of Genius’ communications
  • Monitor key competitors to understand shifts in strategy, messaging, and other notable milestones or activities

Required Skills

  • 5+ years’ investor relations and/or experience with one or more of the following:
    • Investor relations consulting firm
    • Public company’s investor relations team
    • Equity research
    • Asset management, hedge funds, or private equity funds
  • Advanced understanding of finance and/or accounting
  • Background in gaming or technology services, particularly software as a service (SaaS)
  • Demonstrated ability to grow within a role (i.e. track record of receiving promotions)
  • Polish and poise – comfort interacting with senior executives, investors, and analyst
  • Undergraduate degree required, advanced degree in finance, economics or accounting preferred
  • Advanced oral, written, and presentation skills (in English) required to effectively communicate with internal and external customers
  • Aptitude for working in a cross-functional team environment and interacting with senior corporate leaders
  • Expert level proficiency with PowerPoint, MS Word, MS Excel, and other professional platforms
  • Experience working at a rapidly growing public company a plus, but not required
  • Experience working in the technology or gaming sectors a plus, but not required

Genius Sports Group is proud to be an equal opportunities employer. We recognize and celebrate the benefits that a diverse and inclusive workforce bring to our business, our customers and our staff. We welcome and will consider all applications regardless of age, disability, gender re-assignment, marriage, pregnancy, maternity, race or nationality, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation (and any other status protected by applicable law) 

 

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